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Jan
09
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Most of our intensive therapy clients achieve profound healing from their trauma and loss memories. This typically leads to a dramatic reduction of symptoms, which in turn enables them to pursue their goals more effectively. Once in a while, though, there’s a glitch. Days, or even weeks or months, after the trauma work is done, the client reports feeling destabilized.There are three common reasons this can happen:
1. The trauma work was not complete. Either we knew it wasn’t complete, or we thought it was, but learned otherwise. For example, several weeks after treatment appeared to be…
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